Special Education Law & Advocacy Blog: IEPs, 504s, and More
I tried ChatGPT for a Blog Post on Executive Functioning from a Neurodivergent-affirming Perspective. Here’s the ChatGPT Post: “Embracing Neurodiversity: Exploring Different Types of Executive… Read More »ChatGPT Weighs in on Neurodivergent-affirming Approaches to Executive Functioning Skills
Special Ed 101: Resources for Parents. Need information about special education rights so you can advocate for your child? This is the right place. I’ve… Read More »Special Ed 101: Resources for Parents by State
Parents are often surprised to learn that a medical diagnosis, such as autism, is not all that is needed to qualify for an IEP (Individual… Read More »Medical Diagnosis vs. IEP Eligibility: What is the Difference?
It’s Time to Revise the Traditional “Whole Body Listening” Model Goodbye traditional “Whole Body Listening.” Some kids learn best while moving. Hello IEP that specifies… Read More »It’s Time to Revise the Traditional “Whole Body Listening” Model
What you need to know: Birmingham School Resource Officer Tony Fikes appeared in local news stories on April 9 after the Birmingham Police Department shared… Read More »Birmingham SRO praised for helping a struggling student with his classwork
What you need to know: A bill named the Open Schools Act passed committee approval on April 6, 2021. The bill, if made into law,… Read More »Bill to allow parents to move children to other school districts approved by Committee